Summer Revision Sessions

Y10-Y11 19th Century Literature Recap

£80.00

Despite being the recent past, the lengthy C19th texts studied at GCSE can be offputting. This course will refresh students' interests and ideas. Throughout the day they will explore the time period, it's effect on writing. authors and beliefs of the time - all of which they'll be able to apply to their school's chosen GCSE text. August 20th 10am-3pm

£80.00

Analysis of texts underpins both English Literature and Language. This workshop develops inference skills, understanding of textual construction, the impact of contextual factors, and uses modelling and scaffolding to help students improve their analytical writing. August 27th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y10-Y11 Creative Writing Summer Session

£80.00

Creative Writing is a key component of GCSE English Language. This workshop will revise and refresh descriptive and narrative writing skills and structures, helping to develop unusual narrative voices and writing from a viewpoint. August 28th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y10-Y11 Modern Texts Recap

£80.00

Often seen as easier than Shakespeare and C19th Literature, it is no surprise that sometimes this part of the course can go unrevised. This workshop will revise the cultural and societal changes that took place and their effect on literature of the time. Combined with technical focus and writing support, this workshop will help students to consolidate their knowledge and apply it confidently to their GCSEs. August 23rd 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y10-Y11 Poetry 1800-Now Recap

£80.00

With so much content to learn in English Literature, sometimes the poetry can be left behind. This course revises poetic form and structure; contextual factors, artistic movements and their effect on the poems and most importantly, ways to apply ideas and knowledge into a piece of analytical writing. August 26th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y10-Y11 Shakespeare Recap

£80.00

Although a great storyteller, sometimes students avoid revising Shakespeare because of the dense language involved. Students will revise play types and their contexts; the role of society and their beliefs; Shakespeare's language and how to decode it, and Greek theory. This workshop will solidfy students' knowledge and help them develop confidence going into their final year. August 21st 10am-3pm

£80.00

The application of Literary Theory can allow our top students to unlock even the most complex texts and can help them respond critically to the writer's intentions. This course is aimed for students aiming for grades 7-9 and will cover Shakespeare, C19th Writing, Modern Texts and Poetry. August 29th 10am-3pm